The last true and largest population of free-roaming wild bison of Yellowstone National Park is being hazed and slaughter by the U.S. Park Service. NHES strongly supports the need to protect our natural, wild heritage in the form of the magnificent bison, the largest land mammal in North America. Instead of killing bison to maintain a specified number within the herd, we must learn to live in unison with these animals. By continually culling the herd or hazing the bison, we are doing damage to the herd’s ability to sustain itself.
Write the U.S. Park Service urging the agency to protect the last true herd of wild bison in Yellowstone National Park by not hazing or slaughtering them.
Colin Campbell, Acting Superintendent
PO Box 168
Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190